Ken, I am serious, your place sounds like something out of a dream world. Please do take some pictures and show us.
I have grown several varieties of the s2 cultivar, beautiful, and I know what you mean about cross pollination. Having the sweetness revert to field corn would be the biggest bummer on earth. I grew one variety one year called Ivanhoe, it was a white supersweet corn and man was it good. Pale yellow when cooked. I still like the Golden Jubilee for freezing, they have improved this variety from the "old days" and it is always excellent. I get my dozens and dozens from a farmer in a neighbouring town that is about e0 minutes drive from here and it is reasonably priced and ALWAYS fresh and oh so sweet. Can't wait for the end of August, corn coming on a'plenty. I can isolate from other corn, as there are not many people around here that grow much of vegetables and wind is certainly a non-issue anyways. Well, Jerry get on with things and get some pictures for all us drooling about what we are going to see. Best of this beautiful day, and great health. Cindi